El Nido really is a magical place. From its ageless towering marble cliffs to its white sandy beaches with crystal clear water, many refer to it as paradise. There are over 50 beaches to discover, so many in fact that sometimes you feel as if you are on your own secluded private beach. You will also find enchanting lagoons with tranquil turquoise-green water, caves that can take you to hidden beac ...
hes, and a very diverse variety of wildlife.
El Nido is a top destination for island hopping, book your boat, take some food, some drinks in a cool box and disappear into the heavenly marine reserve that is Bacuit Bay. It is a truly relaxing and inspiring place; Alex Garland wrote "The Beach" while living here. Scuba diving is also a popular activity here with over 30 dive sites for varying levels and skills; from taking the plunge and learning to dive for the first time, to perfecting your expertise and advancing your qualifications.
El Nido News
The inter-agency task force that took on Boracay Island has its sights set on a new destination: El Nido and Coron in Palawan.
The task force, comprised of Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu, Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, and Interior Secretary Eduardo Ano announced on Wednesday its plans to rehabilitate the top tourist spots in the Philippines.
The final recommendation has yet to be submitted to President Rodrigo Duterte, but the Interior Department hopes the whole town will not be shut down for the clean up.
"Maybe there is no need to close El Nido in its entirety," said ...
One of the country's top tourist destinations will soon limit tourists in its key attractions.
Tourists visiting key island destinations in El Nido will soon be limited to preserve the area, El Nido municipal administrator RJ Dela Calzada told ABS-CBN News Friday.
"We do not want to follow the footsteps of Boracay," Dela Calzada said, noting that tourist arrival in El Nido has reached 200,000 in 2017. He said the figure is much higher in 2018.
The local government has set the tourist limit at the island's Big Lagoon to 60 per hour with kayak trips at 30 per hour. For the Small Lagoon, ...
El Nido is one of my dream destination when i was young. I only heard about this magnificent island through television, post card and online. I've been to Palawan twice, the first one was way back 2008 with friends and we just visited the capital city of Puerto Princessa plus the under ground river however we didn't get a chance to visit El Nido that time due to time constrains. Last 2016, we visited back again Palawan and we went to another dream destination, Coron. It was a nice place and i thought my Palawan adventure will end there.
From exploring the southermost group of islands of Balabac, we take you to the edge of Northern Palawan, Sibaltan. Sibaltan may geographically not be the most northern place in Palawan because there are other island municipalities further north but it is such for the mainland Palawan. Sibalatan is part of the municipality of El Nido but it is less known thus, less crowded.
Snorkeling in El Nido, Palawan is a fun and exciting activity that will take you to the colorful world of the undersea. Underneath the clear and sparkling waters of El Nido is a kaleidoscopic realm that?s gleaming with peculiar and luminescent life forms. Dazzle your eyes with amusement as you watch the lively corals sway while the varying fishes are having a feast in their natural habitat.
The provincial government of Palawan said it welcomes the province's selection by travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler as one of the world's top island destinations.
Gil Acosta Jr., provincial information officer, said Palawan's selection in the magazine's proved once again its global popularity.
"Isa itong testamento na kahit hindi pa tayo 100 percent developed lalo na sa infrastracture, talagang dinarayo pa rin tayo,' Acosta said Monday.
Topping this year?s poll was Siargao Island, followed by Boracay.
Acosta also lauded the selection of El Nido Resorts in Pangulasian Island, El ...